First Time Shoppers Get 20% Discount on P&G’s Online Store

Nigeria’s renown online supermarket, Gloo.ng and multinational producers of consumer products Procter and Gamble have partnered together to offer shoppers of online supermarkets exciting packages.

P&G launched a dedicated online store that showcases 250 unique products under its stable. This online innovation is powered by Gloo.ng under the newly launched Gloo.ng SuperBrands Program. It is a service specifically made for select multinational fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) brands.

For the commemoration of this launch of the online store, P&G has listed a bumper of promotional offers exclusively available on the online store for P&G’s valued customers. The Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Olumide Olusanya, speaking on the initiative said the online store has built a fast-growing platform specifically targeted and excelling at serving the same customer base and market that P&G serves, using the same core brand values and principles that have made P&G that it is. He said Gloo.ng has built resonates with that of P&G.

The offer includes percent discount to all first-time users of the platform in the month of July.

Visitors can go tohttp://www.gloo.ng/pg/promotions.html to visit the promotion page.

Source: Nigeria Bulletin

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